By Wendy Hayworth
It’s 1960 and things could not be better for young Bernard (Jon Specht), his housekeeper Berthe (LeAnn Burris), his fiancée Gloria (Jackie Coomes), his other fiancée Gabriella (Jacqueline Friedhof), and his other fiancée Gretchen (Meghann Bates).
Bernard’s master planning keeps the three women of his life apart. Each one is a stewardess from a different country and a different airline. So far, their vastly different schedules have kept them from learning about each other.
Turbulence hits when Bernard’s cousin Robert (Matthew Nash) comes to stay and all three brides-to-be find themselves in New York at the same time.
This classic comedy, written by French playwright Marc Camoletti, is directed by Adam Arterbridge and brought to you by Summit Theatre Group.
This farce hits the MCC Longview Performing Arts Center March 28-29 and April 4-6. Tickets may be purchased at www.summittheatregroup.com, through Brown Paper Ticket, at either Lee’s Summit Hy-Vee, or via mail at Summit Theatre Group, PO Box 1736, Lee’s Summit, MO 64063.